Immigration’s Sudden Re-Emergence Scrambles Republican Agenda

President Trump’s tentative deal with Democrats has elevated the one issue that most fiercely divides Republicans, threatening the party’s broader agenda.

Tax Plan to be Unveiled This Month May Be Less Than Advertised

Senator Orrin G. Hatch of Utah warned that a tax overhaul promised for the week of Sept. 25 may be only “guidance” or “signposts” for tax legislation.

Federal Judge Urges Trump Administration to Push Back DACA Deadline

The White House has set a deadline of Oct. 5 for immigrants to reapply for protected status under DACA. A Brooklyn judge said the deadline was too soon.

Fact Check: ‘Medicare for All’: Is It Popular? And Is It the Same as Britain’s System?

Senator Bernie Sanders argued that most Americans want Medicare for all, while critics say similar systems in other countries produce worse outcomes.

Trump Resurrects His Claim That Both Sides Share Blame in Charlottesville Violence

President Trump thrust himself back into the racial storms of Charlottesville, repeating his charge that those resisting neo-Nazis and white supremacists were as much to blame as the alt-right.